Lisabel

Creating new sounds through the influence of genres spanning from Soul to Jazz and Blues to Pop, Lisabel is a singer-songwriter whose intimate stories revolve around nature, love and unearthly beliefs. Her songwriting style is characterised by intimacy and a frank delivery of her feelings as well as an urge to be boundaryless in genre.
Lisabel's debut album is due to be released in 2019, produced together with Nikola Kovačević and his music production company (Brother Sun Sister Moon Productions).

Entropy

Entropy combines various genres, including alternative indie, soul and jazz. The band formed of vocals, keys, violin and cello take particular inspiration from film scores, which can be seen through their use of soulful string arrangements and jazzy vocals. Their ethereal and ambient instrumentals are prominent throughout their music, adding an exciting twist to their already eclectic style. Their style is also influenced by artists such as Portishead, Zero 7 and Florence + The Machine.

Jennifer Stewart

Jennifer Stewart is a singer songwriter from Scotland now based in London. Her songwriting is heavily influenced by Soul and R&B artists such as Beyonce, Frank Ocean and Lianne La Havas. She will be bringing an acoustic set of her Pop/R&B songs which lets her soulful voice shine through.

Children Of The Revolution

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The Children Of The Revolution are a blues rock n roll band influenced by classic blues and british invasion music of the 60s. Formed in South London by singer Tommy and drummer Jamie James who bonded over the same passions for music, the lineup also consists of guitarist Max Bilin and bassist Eda Gokcen. The band quickly grew a local reputation through endless gigs in local pubs and getting their original music up onto platforms such as YouTube and Soundcloud. Prepare for a dance at this explosive , high energy show !

Gaby Kettle

Gaby is a singer-songwriter born and bred in Birmingham. Her music follows a mellow soul/jazz trend drawing influences rom artists such as Lianne la Havas, Tom Misch and Jorja Smith. Having previously been in an A'Cappella group at the University of Birmingham she utilises her experience to create songs that allow scape for smooth harmonies and a relaxed texture. After being part on electronic duo, she's taking the leap into solo work in 2019 with more tracks to come in the near future.

SAFFRA

Cambridge 4-piece SAFFRA blend their favourite pop and R&B influences with the sounds of jazz and neo-soul. Blending inspiration from Moonchild, Blue Lab Beats, Yussef Kamaal, old school hip hop and the groove of contemporary dance music, SAFFRA keep people dancing whilst serving up a treat for the ears.

Yoji

Hailing from Suffolk, Yoji is a soulful pop singer and pianist. Inspired by artists such as Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys and Lauryn Hill, Yoji mainly writes heartfelt songs from experience and has won song writing awards such as Fame Music & Coffee House Sessions, iluvlive and Future Breakers. Yoji has released two EPs and her songs have been played nationally on radio hosted by Marvin Humes Capital FM & Heart FM and this year she has been featured on Tom Robinson’s Fresh On the Net and played on 6 Music.

Amber Dee

Amber Dee has been performing and writing her own material since she was seventeen years old. While pop is at the core of her music, she is heavily influenced by soul and vocal harmonies with gospel undertones. Amber Dee has previously performed at Glastonbury, Bestival and The Great Escape. Her music is a true representation of who she is as an artist; honest, powerful and emotive. Amber Dee's been branded 'one to watch in 2019’ having been described by BBC Introducing's Sarah Gosling as sounding like "an artist who's going to be absolutely owning the scene...".

Carmen Marie

Carmen Marie’ is the amalgamation of a genre defying singer/songwriter hailing from Streatham, South East London, where her emotive honesty and rawness distinguishes her as an artist. With influences heavily drawn to RnB, Jazz and Neo Soul, Carmen’s soulful vocals and personal capture of ‘melodic alternative slow jams’ give the ever-evolving singer the ambiguity beyond that of a conventional artist.

Jules Strickland

Jules Strickland, a singer/songwriter has a voice that will grab you from the very first note. With her rich, powerful and incredibly soulful tone combined with a sweet and haunting falsetto she'll take you on an emotional and inspiring journey. Jules has been honing her craft writing with international songwriters from Sweden, Nashville, Australia and the UK such as Daniel Jones (Savage Garden), Marcella Detroit (Shakespeare’s Sister), Phil Barton, Fredrik Rinman, Malcolm Alexander Milnet and The Brand New Heavies just to name a few.

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